SHOWstudio has two brilliant videos about Yohji Yamamoto. The first video is called In Conversation with Yohji Yamamoto. It’s a one and one interview with SHOWstudio.com fashion director Alexander Fury. This interview has me excited for the upcoming documentary, Yohji Yamamoto: This is my Dream. The next video is called In Conversation, About Yohji Yamamoto. Photographer Nick Knight, art director Marc Ascoli and graphic designer Peter Saville discuss their work on Yamamoto’s seminal 1980s catalogues in a one-off conversation chaired by Madga Keaney, captured on film and edited by Ruth Hogben.(source)
Salvatore Ferragamo xYohji Yamamoto. My Fall 2009 drool pile also includes these Salvatore Ferragamo x Yohji Yamamoto shoes. They will be dropping at Holt Renfrew in September. I even love the pink pair, that’s how hard I’ve falling.
There is nothing I love more than getting a sneak preview of anything fashion related. I was pretty pumped for the Holt Renfrew Fall 2009 – 2010 Womenswear Media preview. What new goodies did the buyers bring back for us interested fashion folk. Special bonus was an appearance by Joseph Altuzarra. He is being touted as the one to watch by many. His stuff is pretty hot, I have to admit. He was an intern at Marc Jacobs and freelanced for Proenza Schouler. Riccardo Tisci also recruited him to be a design assistant at Givenchy. His first collection was Spring 2008. He was absolutely adorable. How can you not love a guy whose primary muse is his Mom. The event was held in the 3rd floor Contemporary area. Select samples from the season where on display for everyone to get a look at. Barbara Atkin, Vice President, Fashion Direction for Holt Renfrew talked about their trend research for the season and the direction for buyers. She talked about the new economy. Less, but better the …
Y-3 Black Baseball Pants There is something very cute about these Y-3 baseball inspired pants. I think it’s because of my Yohji Yamamoto pant fetish.
Y-3 Shibutsu boot Oh Yohji, you tempt me so with these boots.
Yohji Yamamoto’s Y-3 Ready to Wear – Fall 2009 – 2010 collection was the perfect streetwear collection for me. No one does pants like Yohji. images: Y-3 F/W 09.10 New York – the Fashion Spot.
I wrote about a video presentation in the post Coming Soon by Yohji Yamamoto – Fall Winter 2008 video. I was upset because I couldn’t embed the video. Well now I can, so for your viewing pleasure here is Coming Soon, Fall/Winter 2008 video presentation. http://www.showstudio.com/project/comingsoon [quicktime width=”500″ height=”270″]http://www.showstudio.com/projects/comingsoon/mp4/yohji_yamamoto_fallwinter_08.mp4[/quicktime] video via showstudio.com/project/comingsoon
This haunting image was shot Yohji Yamamoto’s Autumn/Winter 1988-’89 catalogue. I love it. NICK KNIGHT Susie Smoking,Â 1988 Hand-coated pigmentÂ print, printed 2008.Â 76.2 x 60.5 cm. (30 x 23.8 in).Â Signed, dated and numbered 1/3 in pencil on the verso. One from an edition of 3 plus 2 artist’s proofs. image: Phillips de Pury & Company: NICK KNIGHT , Susie Smoking
Loving the Japanese in Paris, they are the goto guys when you need something cool in black and white. Like I said before, Yohji knows the pant. See the rest of the collection at the Fashion Spot – Yohji Yamamoto S/S 09 Paris Images: same source
via the Fashion Spot – Y’s Yohji Yamamoto F/W 08.09 lookbook images: same source
Yohji Yamamoto (Japanese, b. 1943). “Wedding Dress,â€ spring/summer 2000. Natural cotton muslin and ivory silk jersey with large laser-cut holes. Gift of Minori Shironishi, 2003 (2003.573.8a, b). blog.mode – I Do image: blog.metmuseum.org
Yohji Yamamoto (Japanese, b. 1943). Dress, spring/summer 2005. Red hand-pleated silk crepe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, 2006 (2006.37). blog.mode – Tucked in Red image: blog.metmuseum.org